Welcome and explanation of format — David R. Wunsch, Ph.D., PG, NGWA
Keynote Address: Declining Aquifers: What Future Do We Deserve? — Ken Rainwater, Ph.D., Texas Tech University
Adaptive Management in the Denver Basin Aquifers, Colorado — Daniel O. Niemela, PG, Bishop-Brogden Associates Inc.
Declining Groundwater Levels in New Hampshire — David R. Wunsch, Ph.D., PG, NGWA, and colleague
15 minute break
The Impacts of Drought on Groundwater Levels in Nebraska — Jesse Korus, P.G., School of Natural Resources, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Panel: Conserving and Extending the High Plains Aquifer — Brownie Wilson, Kansas Geological Survey; Susan Stover, Kansas Water Office; and Burke Griggs, Kansas Department of Agriculture, Division of Water Resources.
California Statewide Groundwater Elevation Monitoring (CASGEM) — Mary Scruggs, California Department of Water Resources Headquarters
Drawdown and Recovery Around Green Bay, Wisconsin: Following the Bouncing Groundwater Levels — David Hart, Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey
Making the Most of the Aquifer You Have — Gary Burchard, Metro Water
Integrating Science into Water Supply Planning — Cassandra L. McKinney, Division of Water Resources, McHenry County Government, Woodstock, Illinois
Update on the National Groundwater Monitoring Network — David R. Wunsch, Ph.D., PG, NGWA
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